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Browns rookie Cody Kessler threw the ball out of the end zone for a safety

Cody Kessler’s good day ended on one disastrous play. Legendary Ohio State head coach Woody Hayes is most commonly credited with the dinosaur football axiom: “There are only three things that can happen on a pass, and two of them are bad,” meaning that if a quarterback doesn’t complete the pass, it means he either threw it incomplete or was intercepted. He never met Cleveland Browns rookie quarterback Cody Kessler.
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